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horizontal dance

slang The act of sex, especially sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of doing the horizontal dance with someone.
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horizontal dancing

slang The act of sex, especially sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of taking part in some horizontal dancing.
See also: dance, horizontal

horizontal jogging

slang The act of sex, especially sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of going for some horizontal jogging.
See also: horizontal, jog

go for a horizontal jog

slang To have sex, especially sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of going for a horizontal jog.
See also: go, horizontal, jog

horizontal mambo

slang The act of sex, especially sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of doing the horizontal mambo with someone.
See also: horizontal, mambo

horizontal refreshments

slang Sexual intercourse. A: "Did you two have horizontal refreshments last night?" B: "Well that's a personal question!"

horizontal engineering

humorous The act of taking a nap. I need to go back to the dorm and do some horizontal engineering—I'm exhausted.
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the horizontal hula

vulgar slang The act of sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of doing the horizontal hula with someone.
See also: horizontal, hula

horizontal

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Stewed? No, he’s totally horizontal!

horizontal hula

n. copulation. (Contrived.) She wanted to do some of that horizontal hula.
See also: horizontal, hula

horizontal engineering

Old college slang for taking a nap.
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For the derivation of (anti-)BRST symmetry transformations, we have used, on one hand, horizontality condition and gauge-invariant restriction [cf.
This quote raises more general issues about the masculinist practices of activism that were prevalent in Occupy London (see Halvorsen, 2015), but also highlights how the GA became a exclusionary space for many, ignoring the ongoing need to forge alternative social relations, based on horizontality, through encounters.
The "direct" model, whereby private parties would be able to use the HRA as a basis for private claims directly (that is, as if it created statutory torts for breaches of ECHR rights), proposed by William Wade (see HWR Wade, "Horizons of Horizontality" (2000) 116 Law Q Rev 217) and Nicole Moreham (see NA Moreham, "Privacy and Horizontality: Relegating the Common Law" (2007) 123 Law Q Rev 373 [Moreham, "Privacy and Horizontality"]), has not been adopted by the courts (see Phillipson, "Privacy", supra note 4 at 144), despite some initial signs that it might be (see e.g.
In the constitution of interdisciplinary work, the core figure of a single professional does not exist, as a group of linked subjects share multiple and common objectives, defined under the coordination of a superior hierarchical level, (16) introducing the horizontality of power relations and the finality notion of palliative care for cancer patients in the program analyzed.
'Direct horizontality' is being used in this essay as a term of art to describe the relationship between the higher-order public law of the ECHR and the HRA, and the lower-order private law of the domestic common law.
I state: "[T]he inability of our outmoded governmental institutions to address the deeply complex ecological, economic and social challenges that we face is increasingly apparent." I then discuss the need for horizontality, which is a very different concept from "co-ordination." I argue for expanded decision-making contexts, transdisciplinary research and policy-making, information based on large and long-term spatial scales, and the need for policy alignment and congruence to bridge the solitudes, silos and stovepipes that characterize our current governments.
In politics, too, horizontality has become a contemporary doxa.
In so doing, the author identifies six practices associated with that process: prefiguration, consensus/conflict, horizontality, diversity, democracy and connectivity.
Composer Roland-Manuel has said that Delage "owes less to Ravel's instruction than to the spirit of Debussy." (14) The delicate phrasing and horizontality of line, the rich sonorities and understated dynamics all reflect the influence of Debussy and, in larger terms, the French tradition.
But he assumes that the resultant horizontality is something new and distinctly American.
In Japan they love the horizontality of designs and the classical style kitchens as well," informs Albrink.
human rights exceptionalism, the international human rights system has developed strong features of horizontality. This has been particularly true of efforts by states, NGOs and other actors to bring about changes to human rights behavior in the United States.
Long, low classroom buildings are accessed by wood-balustraded ramps, and their horizontality plays off a vertical block of student dormitories and common rooms.